Different port NAT?
I have a Digi PortServer TS on my local network, and to access the server it is running for, I need to telnet to port 50016 on its IP Address.
Im not sure if my config is wrong, but I have created a NAT: Port Forward from port 23 (Telnet) on the WAN to port 50016 (Other) on the LAN pointing to the IP address of the Digi.
I can telnet to the ip on port 50016 over pptp and locally, but from WAN if I try and connect to port 23 as default telnet, nothing works, and no connections.
I have also tried opening all ports and all destinations to the IP of the Digi in the firewall, but nothing.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
Oh, for some help…
This is what the NAT line looks like:
WAN TCP 23 (Telnet) 192.168.100.6 50016 Telnet Server
I have upgraded to the latest snapshot Sullrich has to offer, I loaded, 2-8-06 1.0-BETA1-TESTING-SNAPSHOT
Still the same problem.
Okay modified some stuff, I opened port 50016 NAT to internal 50016 and in the firewall I opened port 50016 to go through like the rest of my rules (which are working great) but when I telnet to the host:50016 I still cannot connect.
Is there something with the port possibly? Maybe something that high up, 50016? Thanks.
Uggg, At the moment, Im feeling really dumb.
It was my fault, I had the digi's default gateway configured for the old router before I switched over to pfSense.
Sorry about that.